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Community Control Violations in Florida
Protect Your Rights with a Skilled Florida Probation Violations AttorneyBeing accused of a probation violation or community control violation can have serious consequences. If the court becomes aware that a probationer may have violated the terms of his or her probation, the trial judge has the authority to issue a warrant for his or her immediate arrest.
Have you been arrested for a probation or community control violation? The attorneys at Musca Law represent clients throughout the state who have been arrested or who have been accused of violating probation. We offer a free case evaluation with a skilled Florida probation violations attorney to discuss your charges and determine what we can do to help.
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About Probation Violations in FloridaIf any type of law enforcement officer or probation officer has reasonable grounds to believe that a person under probation or an offender in community control has violated their terms, he or she can make an immediate arrest or inform law enforcement to make an arrest, without a warrant. After the arrest, the suspected offender would be returned to the court where probation or community control was originally granted.
A person accused of a probation violation or violation of community control has the right to a hearing, at which time the court may change, revoke or continue the defendant’s term of probation or community control. If the court revokes probation or community control, the defendant will therefore be found guilty of the original offense for which he or she received probation. The court may also impose the original sentence for that offense.